Turkey battle drone become a world attention – effective on the battlefield

Turkey battle drone become a world attention – effective on the battlefield

Exports of Turkish military drones are increasing: rivaling China’s own drone sector while shaking the military balance of power in the Caucasus: Middle East and North Africa: Since the end of September: Turkish and Azerbaijani media are abuzz with videos showing armed drones attacking Armenian forces located inside the Nagorno-Karabakh region: an enclave belonging to Azerbaijan but governed by breakaway ethnic Armenians: However: some countries are concerned: On Monday: Canadian Foreign Minister Francois Philippe Champagne announced the suspension of export permits for drone-related components to Turkey in order to assess the allegations made regarding Canadian technology being used in the military conflict of Nagorno-Karabakh: This is just one example of Turkish defense companies having become notable drone makers and exporters: with the country now challenging established drone makers like China: Israel and the U S: Turkish defense company Baykar Defense officially announced the export of TB-2 drones to Qatar and Ukraine in 2018: However: according to many defense and security analysts: those drones are also currently flying in Libya and Azerbaijan: Chief Technology Officer Selcuk Bayraktar told local media in September that the company has exported drones to four countries: but did not elaborate: Defense News reported in March that TAI had won an order from the Tunisian government for six ANKA-S drones and three ground control stations: including technology transfer worth $240 million: Ismail Demir: a top government official in charge of the defense industry told Nikkei Asia: I do not know any other country which is more generous than Turkey: especially in terms of technology transfer: He also said Turkish drone makers are talking to at least seven countries about drone exports: Turkish Aerospace CEO Temel Kotil told Nikkei: In Asia: we especially see Pakistan: Indonesia: Malaysia: Thailand and the Philippines as strategic markets: Turkey had previously relied on Israeli drones in its fight against the separatist Kurdish armed group: But from the mid-2010s: it began producing its own after the U.S rejected to sell armed drones to Turkey: Turkey’s drones begin to be recognized after its armed forces started sharing videos of its drone attacks: Footage of Baykar’s TB-2 drones destroying several Pantsir missile defense systems in Syria and Libya this year increased their global visibility: Britain’s Secretary of State for Defense Ben Wallace said in July at an online conference that: the Turkish drones in Syria and Libya are game changing: On Monday: Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic told reporters that his country is negotiating to buy the TB-2 from Turkey: following the arrival of Chinese CH-92A armed drones to Serbia in July: a first for a European country: In the Libyan civil war: a United Nations report said the Tripoli-based government was being supported by Turkish TB-2 drones: while eastern Libyan forces were receiving drones made by China’s Chengdu Aircraft Industry Group from the United Arab Emirates: Can Kasapoglu: security and defense program director at Turkey’s Center for Economics and Foreign Policy Studies said: Turkish made drones are deemed more expensive than Chinese drones but are cheaper than Israeli and American ones: However: Chinese manufacturers do not engage in after sales service like Turkish companies: so they miss the feedback to improve their products

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